crew, you see the sand behind me, when we rode out the storm and woke up tuesday morning, hundreds of thousands of tons of sand on streets and sidewalks taken two weeks to clear this far and two weeks to go, and the next process is sifting it, no decision has been made, but it's going to be redistributed somehow along the shoreline, back to you. >> harris: wow, you know, anna now that you mention that, i want people to get an idea that's just the sand in the street. imagine what's inside the people homes. >> reporter: they're not done yet, oh, yeah. >> harris: anna kooiman, thank you for the update on the superstorm sandy victims. the nation honors our heroes, members of our armed forces this veterans day of course. we'll tell you heroes past and present, getting together and remembering, she's precious. stay with us. it's a new day. if you're a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here.